Current Topics in Privacy Seminar
The Current Topics in Privacy Seminar is a three-credit course (17-702) taught in the Fall and Spring semesters. Members of the university community are invited to participate in the seminar even if they are not enrolled in the course. In this seminar course students will discuss recent papers and current public policy issues related to privacy. Privacy professionals from industry, government, and non-profits will deliver several guest lectures each semester.
Members of the CMU community interested in receiving notifications about the seminars each week should contact the course instructor to request to be added to the email list.
Instructors: Professor Norman Sadeh and Timothy LibertTime and location: Thursdays, 12:00-1:20 PM. All seminars will be held in Hamburg Hall, 1002 (Unless otherwise noted).
08/29/19 - Introduction - Professor Norman Sadeh and Timothy Libert
09/05/19 - Summer Internship Reports, Part 1 *Note room change: This session will be held in Hamburg Hall 1006*
09/12/19 - Os Keyes, University of Washington "Dead Data"
9/19/19 - Summer Internship Reports, Part 2
09/26/19 - Haojian Jin, CMU "Bridging Privacy Expectation Gap Between Users and Companies"
10/10/19 - Dhanuja Shaji, Snap "Next Generation Privacy Reviews"
10/17/19- Tae Wan Kim, CMU "Are Data Subjects Consumers, Workers or Investors?"
10/24/19 -Megha Arora, Palantir
10/31/19 - Solon Barocas, Microsoft Research, Cornell Tech
11/7/19 - David Carroll, Parsons, The New School
11/14/19 - Camille Cobb, CMU
11/21/19 - Hana Habib, CMU
12/5/19 - Final Capstone Presentations (will be held in GHC 4405)